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Park Place Jaguar general manager Mike Cuzzo; Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation chairman and Chairman, Texas Rangers Ownership Committee Neil Leibman; Park Place Dealerships president Gary Venner; Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation executive director Karin Morris; Texas Rangers pitcher and Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation board member Derek Holland; and Sayble Humphrees

If you think the Texas Rangers players are competitive on the baseball field, you should see them compete in games like Fielder’s Feud and Minute to Win It. These overgrown boys took to the stage recently to raise money for charity and fans laughed until their sides ached.
 
The 14th Annual Park Place Dealerships Texas Rangers Triple Play Game Show Spectacular, held recently at the Hilton Anatole Dallas, raised more than $675,000 for the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation, which supports numerous initiatives including the construction of the Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy at Mercy Street Sports Complex in West Dallas.
 
“Park Place Dealerships and the Texas Rangers developed this fun event in 2002 as a way to connect fans with the players and coaches while raising money for a great cause,” said Rob Sumner, Park Place Dealerships’ director of marketing. “The event has grown every year which allows more funds to be returned to community projects.  Watching these guys cut up and tease each other on stage during the game shows is a lot of fun. Their true personalities really come out. These guys are fiercely competitive but it’s all in good-natured fun.”
 
The game show fun started with "Minute to Win It," which featured four teams of two Ranger players competing in several rounds of silly parlor games. The loser of each round was eliminated until there was only one team remaining. The teams consisted of Derek Holland with A.J. Griffin; Martin Perez - Robinson Chirinos; Prince Fielder - Bryan Holaday; and Shawn Tolleson with Colby Lewis.
 
In the first round, each player put a sweatband around his head with a Slinky attached. The object of the game was to balance the toy on their foreheads without using their hands. Just imagine professional baseball players flailing about with Slinkys flying all over their face and head. I’m not sure who was laughing harder: fans or the other players and coaches sitting at tables with the fans.
 
Do you remember the “Coneheads” from the late 1970s episodes of Saturday Night Live? The second round of games at Triple Play had one player on each team don a conehead cap while his partner tossed a ring across the stage in an attempt to ring the conehead. Colby Lewis and Shawn Tolleson easily won this round, demonstrating that pitching skills come in handy off the field as well.
 
The final round involved trying to flip a small rubber ball into a net that was strapped to the player’s hip.  Fox Southwest Sports announcers Emily Jones and John Radigan, who acted as the evening’s emcees, joked about Colby Lewis having an advantage with his new bionic hip. Indeed, Lewis and Tolleson were the final victors.
 
In between game shows, the Texas Rangers rookies continued the tradition of dressing up and performing for fans, much to the delight of the veteran players. Rookies Tony Barnette, Joey Gallo, Jared Hoying, Nomar Mazara, Matt Bush and Luke Jackson dressed as members of the rock band KISS and pranced around the stage singing "Rock and Roll All Night." Don’t quit your day job, rookies.
            
The final game of the evening was the fan favorite "Fielder's Feud," a fun parody of the TV game show Family Feud, featuring infielders Rougned Odor, Mitch Moreland, Adrian Beltre and Elvis Andrus competing against outfielders Shin-Soo Choo, Ian Desmond, Drew Stubbs and Ryan Rua. The players had fun with good-natured ribbing during the game, including several references to Odor’s recent brush-up with Toronto’s Jose Bautista. The outfielders won and each received a mini trophy plus bragging rights for the year.
 
The event also had live and silent auctions with one-of-a-kind auction items such as trips to see the Rangers play at Chicago’s Wrigley Field, Colorado’s Coors Field, and Houston’s Minute Maid Park, private hitting and pitching lessons with current Rangers players, and many other exclusive Rangers experiences as well as a unique array of sports and entertainment memorabilia. Several of the trips, including one on the team plane and a separate trip on the owner’s plane, were so popular they were able to double sell them, raising tens of thousands of dollars for the cause.

“The Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy will be a dream come true for boys and girls across North Texas,” said Karin Morris, executive director of the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation. “Currently under construction, the facility will provide a safe place for area children to play baseball and softball. In addition to year-round baseball and softball instruction, the Academy will host tournaments, coaching clinics, and skills camps. It will also give young people access to academic tutoring, college prep classes, college and career fairs, financial literacy and internship programs, and MLB industry alternative career workshops.”
 
The Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation is dedicated to improving the lives of children in need within our community, and provides funding for youth in crisis, youth health initiatives, youth baseball programs, and youth education.

Ken Schnitzer founded Park Place Dealerships in 1987 with a single Mercedes-Benz dealership on Oak Lawn. Today, Park Place Dealerships employs more than 2,000 people and operates 18 full-service dealerships and three body shops. Park Place represents the following luxury brands: Jaguar, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Infiniti, Volvo, smart, Lotus, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, McLaren, and Maserati. For more information about Park Place Dealerships, visit www.parkplace.com.

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Hawaiian Falls is inviting all Dads and Granddads to come play with the family for free all Father’s Day week at any of its six Texas water parks.

Dad and/or Granddad can get in free Sunday June 19 thru Friday June 24 when accompanied by a child with a Big Kahuna day ticket plus a “Dads Free” coupon, which can be downloaded at http://www.hfalls.com/special-offers/As always, kids 2 and under are free. Season passholders can get Dad or Grandad in for only $10 when accompanied by a child with a season pass and the coupon.

Hawaiian Falls waterparks will be open 10:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Father’s Day, Sunday, June 19 thru Friday June 24. Season passholders always get in 30 minutes before the general public.


Celebrating more than a decade of bringing families closer together, Hawaiian Falls operates waterparks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke, Waco and Pflugerville. More info at hfalls.com or facebook.com/hfalls 

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Hawaiian Falls will host Champions Day June 18 and again August 13 at the Garland, Mansfield, The Colony, Pflugerville and Waco waterparks to bless families of individuals with special needs.  (Due to a scheduling conflict June 18 in Roanoke, this park will host Champions Day August 13 only.)

The “Champions” (special needs children and adults) will get in free on these dates. One family member or caregiver accompanying them can get in for only $5, while additional immediate family members are also offered discounted tickets. More importantly, the Champions and their families will have special access to the parks before they open to the public. The Champions and their families will have exclusive use of the park from 8:30 a.m. – 10 a.m. on June 18 or August 13. The parks will open to the public 10:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. (Season pass holders always get in 30 minutes before the public.) The Champions, caregivers and families can stay all day for no additional charge.

“Champions Day is often a special needs child’s first visit to a waterpark,” said Clint Hill, Hawaiian Falls president & CEO. “People with sensory issues can have difficulty processing the exciting stimulus of our waterparks on a normal day. So we turn our music way down during this special time. We ask our staff to be patient and a much more lenient to accommodate our guests’ special needs. We also bring in extra staff for a more favorable staff-to-guest ratio.”

Hawaiian Falls will admit the Champion (special needs adult or child) June 18 or August 13 free. One accompanying family member or caregiver per Champion can purchase a discounted ticket for $5 (regular admission $27.99) with a Champions Day coupon available at http://hfalls.com/championsday . Additional immediate family members can purchase discounted tickets for $19.99 each.

“Special needs families often tell us that they wouldn’t be able to come without this offer,” explained Hill. “They never know if they’ll be able to stay an hour or all day. We’ve held Champions Days for several years now and it always brings us great joy to see how much the families get out of these special times. It truly exemplifies our core mission of bringing families closer together.”

Celebrating more than a decade of bringing families closer together, Hawaiian Falls operates water parks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke, Pflugerville and Waco.  More info at hfalls.com or facebook.com/hfalls.

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Sundance Square Movie Nights returns this summer with several great, family movies on the schedule. Sundance Square will kick off the series June 8 and will run every Wednesday evening through July 6.

Movies scheduled include:
June 8: Aladdin 

June 15: Little Giants

June 22: Sleepless in Seattle

?June 29: Paddington (2014)

July 6:  My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Showtime is at dusk (approximately 8:45 p.m.) on the Sundance Square Plaza stage in downtown Fort Worth. Moviegoers are invited to bring blankets or chairs for seating in the plaza. Parking is always free weekdays after 5 p.m. in Sundance Square’s parking garages. For locations, visit sundancesquare.com/parking.

Come early and dine in one of Sundance Square’s restaurants such as Bird Café, Reata, The Cheesecake Factory, Taverna Pizzeria and Risotteria, Taco Diner, Del Frisco’s Grille, Five Guys Burgers and Fries or Hoya Korean Kitchen. Or purchase “to-go" food items from any of Sundance Square’s restaurants. No ‘outside’ food, drinks or coolers are allowed.

Visitors are asked to leave all pets in the comfort and safety of their home due to the large crowds, heat, as well as abrupt and loud movie noises.

Sundance Square

Sundance Square is a vibrant, award-winning entertainment district spanning 35 blocks in downtown Fort Worth. The multi-use development attracts more than 10 million visitors each year.  The one-acre outdoor plaza features new restaurants, shops, water features, stage, four 32-foot umbrellas, and covered seating. For more information about Sundance Square, visit sundancesquare.com or follow the multi-use development on Facebook.com/sundancesquare or Twitter@sundancesquare.

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Program benefits TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation. Discount tickets available now and good all 2016 season.


TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation and Hawaiian Falls are teaming up for the fifth consecutive year to raise awareness and help fund research to find a cure for childhood cancers.  Splash Out Childhood Cancer is a summer long program that everyone can enjoy from Memorial Day to Labor Day.

Splash Out Childhood Cancer tickets to Hawaiian Falls are only $20 plus tax (regular price is $27.99 plus tax). Children two years old and under are free.  Tickets are valid throughout the summer (May 28, 2016 – September 5, 2016) at any of the six Hawaiian Falls waterparks: Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke, Waco, and Pflugerville. Tickets must be purchased at TeamConnor.org http://teamconnor.org/>  to receive the discount.

TeamConnor was founded in 2008 while Connor Cruse of Frisco was in the midst of his four-year battle with neuroblastoma cancer.  Connor lost his battle on July 10, 2009, but TeamConnor remains committed to fight for children who are battling cancer.

“Connor loved coming to Hawaiian Falls when he was battling cancer because he could forget all the procedures, tests, and doctors and just be a kid,” said Joy Cruse, founder of TeamConnor. “Splash Out Childhood Cancer is a reminder that kids with cancer need to have fun. And it’s an opportunity for the community to help fund more research while enjoying those special moments with family. Hawaiian Falls has been a great partner to help TeamConnor by opening up their parks and donating a portion of the ticket sales to the cause.”

Hawaiian Falls - The Colony has designated July 14, 2016 from 10:30 am – 6pm as the day to officially Splash Out Childhood Cancer. The special day will be filled with fun games, contests and activities.  Several honored families will be at Hawaiian Falls representing kids who are currently fighting childhood cancer, survivors, and even families who lost their child to childhood cancer.

“Supporting TeamConnor is part of our mission to give back to the community while bringing families closer together,” said Clint Hill, president of Hawaiian Falls. “We host a fun day at The Colony for Splash Out Childhood Cancer but we also are proud to partner with TeamConnor throughout the entire season to raise funds for more critical research on childhood cancer.”

In addition to Splash Out Childhood Cancer, TeamConnor hosts several other events throughout the year to raise funds and awareness for childhood cancer research, including, 5thAnnual National Childhood Cancer Awareness Concert at Watter’s Creek September 3h; Color Me Green 5 & 10K October 1st and 6th Annual Northwestern Mutual Clay Shoot on November 10th.  In addition, TeamConnor’s Coins for Kids with Cancer® program raises funds in schools, churches, offices and organizations across the country to help fund childhood cancer research. Details on those events can be found at teamconnor.org.
Every year, more than 12,000 children and adolescents are diagnosed with cancer in the United States. Childhood cancer is the number one disease killer of children, yet the budget of the National Cancer Institute allocates less than four percent of its funds to pediatric cancer research. TeamConnor Childhood Cancer Foundation is dedicated to raising awareness and funding research and treatment programs to find a cure for all childhood cancers.   

For more information on how to impact the lives of those affected by childhood cancer please visit teamconnor.org http://www.teamconnor.org>  or find us at Facebook.com/TeamConnor. http://www.Facebook.com/TeamConnor.

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Texas Rangers infielders Elvis Andrus, Adrian Beltre, Prince Fielder and Adam Rosales playing Fielders Feud

The 14th Annual Park Place Dealerships Texas Rangers Triple Play Game Show Spectacular is slated for Wednesday, May 25 at the Hilton Anatole Dallas.  The evening benefits the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation and supports numerous initiatives including the construction of the Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy at Mercy Street Sports Complex in West Dallas. The theme for the 2016 Park Place Dealerships Texas Rangers Triple Play is  “Fields of Dreams.”
 
“Park Place Dealerships has been the presenting sponsor of this event since its inception in 2002,” said Rob Sumner, Park Place Dealerships’ director of marketing. “This event has it all: celebrity sightings, great entertainment, and most importantly, an opportunity to raise funds for our community where it is most needed.  Working with the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation every year is a great experience and partnership as we have similar goals in helping kids maximize their potential.”
 
Last year’s Park Place Dealerships Texas Rangers Triple Play event raised more than $610,000 for the Rangers Baseball Foundation. Celebrating its 25th year, the Foundation has given back more than $14 million to help area children. The Foundation provides support for youth baseball programs, youth education, youth health, and youth in crisis.
 
“The Texas Rangers MLB Youth Academy really will be a field where dreams come true,” said Karin Morris, executive director of the Texas Rangers Baseball Foundation. “This state-of-the-art facility will provide children across North Texas with a safe place to play baseball and softball. In addition to providing year-round baseball and softball instruction, the Academy will host tournaments, coaching clinics, and skills camps. It will also give young students access to tutoring programs, college prep classes, college and career fairs, financial literacy and internship programs, and MLB industry alternative career workshops.”

The Park Place Dealerships Texas Rangers Triple Play features live and silent auctions, which gives fans the opportunity to bid on fabulous live and silent auction items such as trips to see the Rangers play at Chicago’s Wrigley Field, Colorado’s Coors Field, and Houston’s Minute Maid Park, private hitting and pitching lessons with current Rangers players, and many other exclusive Rangers experiences.

One of the evening’s highlights is the Rangers’ players competing against each other in a pair of game shows. This year’s competitions will see the return of the very popular Fielders Feud and Minute to Win It.
 
The Texas Rangers players, coaches, and front office personnel attend the event, so guests get unique access to players and management for autographs and to get a picture with a favorite player.  Every year guests remark how much they enjoyed the up close and personal interaction with players and coaches.

Ken Schnitzer founded Park Place Dealerships in 1987 with a single Mercedes-Benz dealership on Oak Lawn. Today, Park Place Dealerships employs more than 2,000 people and operates 18 full-service dealerships and three body shops. Park Place represents the following luxury brands: Jaguar, Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Infiniti, Volvo, smart, Lotus, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, McLaren, and Maserati. For more information about Park Place Dealerships, visit www.parkplace.com
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Park Place Dealerships revealed the new XE sport sedan and F-Pace SUV at a lavish party in the Status Jet hangar at Addison Airport.
 
Jaguar is jumping into the hot compact-luxury SUV segment and the F-Pace proves to be well worth the wait. The sporty SUV takes its athletic prowess from the F-Type sports car. And the peppy all-wheel drive crossover does not disappoint. The 2017 XE will be a breath of fresh air to the compact sports sedan enthusiast.
 
More than 900 Jaguar enthusiasts poured into the hangar to get an opportunity to see both vehicles up close and personal. Guests enjoyed the artistry of Elliott From, who created two original works of art on stage that were later auctioned off to the highest bidder to benefit Wilkinson Center.
 
During the evening, Park Place Dealerships donated $10,000 to the Wilkinson Center, which transforms the lives of Dallas families struggling with poverty. A check was presented to
Wilkinson Center Executive Director Anne Reeder and Vodi Cook, Donor Relations for Wilkinson Center. Park Place Dealerships is the presenting sponsor for the 2016 White Party, benefiting Wilkinson Center, which will be held 9 pm – 2 am at 6500 Cedar Springs in Dallas on Saturday, June 4th. White attire is requested. Tickets are available at http://whiteparty.info.

Flavorful bites from TK Culinary, Kent Rathbun Caterers, Naturally Curly Cook and Lombardi Family Concepts, as well as sweet frozen treats from Berry Naked Pops tantalized guests’ palates throughout the evening.  Artful sips from Hendrick’s Gin, Reyka Vodka, Heineken beer, and Sugaire Infused Teas were also enjoyed by guests.

Celebrity Cruises donated an amazing British Open Signature Sailing Experience, which includes a 12-night all-inclusive cruise with tickets to the premier golfing event as a raffle prize, which was won by Mark & Nancy Craiker. Proceeds from the raffle were also donated to Wilkinson Center.

The F-Pace 35t starts at $43,385 MSRP; while an S model weighs in at $57,695 with a choice of a 3.0 Liter 340 hp V-6 or a 380 hp turbocharged V-6.  The 20d 2.0 Liter diesel will be available this fall, starting at $41,985. All feature the legendary Jaguar growl that will turn heads at the soccer fields.
 
Starting at $40,000 MSRP, the XE will offer a 180 hp diesel or a supercharged V-6 in the XE S. The extensive use of aluminum in the construction kept the sedan light and responsive, while the strategic placement of the steel towards the middle and rear of the car keeps it steady in tight curves. In short, the XE is a fun car to drive.

Every 2016 Jaguar comes with the reassurance of a best-in-class, 5-year/60,000-mile coverage, which includes a New Vehicle Limited Warranty, complimentary scheduled maintenance, roadside assistance and Jaguar InControl Remote & Protect. For complete details regarding Jaguar EliteCare coverage, please visit JAGUARUSA.COM, call 1.800.4.JAGUAR or visit your local Jaguar Retailer.
 
Park Place Jaguar Plano was one of only 16 Jaguar retailers nationwide to receive the Pride of Jaguar Retailer Excellence Award this year.  Park Place Jaguar has won the award for the past five consecutive years.

Ken Schnitzer founded Park Place Dealerships in 1987 with a single Mercedes-Benz dealership on Oak Lawn. Today, Park Place Dealerships employs more than 2,000 people and operates 18 full-service dealerships representing luxury brands including Lexus, Mercedes-Benz, Porsche, Infiniti, Volvo, smart, Jaguar, Lotus, Rolls-Royce, Bentley, McLaren, and Maserati. For more information about Park Place Dealerships, visit parkplace.com.

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Hawaiian Falls will offer free admission to all military personnel at its North Texas water parks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield and Roanoke from 10:30 a.m. – 6 p.m. Memorial Day weekend – Saturday, May 28; Sunday, May 29; and Monday, May 30.  All immediate family members can purchase their day pass for a discounted price of $20.99.

“We’re grateful for the brave service members who willingly give up their freedoms to protect ours,” said Hawaiian Falls CEO Clint Hill. “Because of their sacrifices, we can enjoy a fun, carefree summer with family and friends. We’re not going to bore them with long speeches or embarrass them by singling them out. We’re just happy to provide them a day to relax and have fun at our water parks.”

To participate, individuals just need to show a valid military ID at the ticket window. This free admission applies to one individual admission for a military member on
Saturday, May 28; Sunday, May 29; or Monday, May 30, 2016 only and cannot be combined with any other offers.  

Celebrating more than a decade of bringing families closer together, Hawaiian Falls operates water parks in Garland, The Colony, Mansfield, Roanoke, Waco and Pflugerville. The water parks will open to the public 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 28th for the 2016 summer season. Season passholders are always allowed into the park 30 minutes before the gates open to the public. More info at hfalls.com http://hfalls.com>  or facebook.com/hfalls http://facebook.com/hfalls> .

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Chavez Elementary, a Little Elm ISD school, made quite an impression on iFLY Dallas.  Sixty of the top third, fourth and fifth grade students along with their principal John Lowman and several teachers, were chosen to attend a unique field trip to iFLY Dallas to experience the STEM education program.   STEM is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering and Math education. iFLY’s vertical wind tunnel provides the perfect environment to show students how STEM is deeply intertwined in the real world.

Since 2007, iFLY has been invested in delivering an educational program designed to ignite interest in science and math, which are critical to developing tomorrow’s technology leaders. iFLY has several educational programs designed for elementary, middle school, high school and college students.  This program delivers all requirements for STEM education classes and meets state and national standards in an unconventional and exciting learning environment. The curriculum is reviewed annually by teachers and modified to ensure that it supports the learning goals for their students. iFLY offers this unique and innovative learning experience nationwide at 21 U.S locations and 50 tunnels worldwide. 

All students are guided through an interactive STEM presentation, delivered by an iFLY STEM educator.  Every student is trained to investigate the effects of parachute parameters on flight performance and physics in the wind tunnel based on their grade level.  Students also receive flight instruction, safety training and one-on-one flying time with a certified instructor in the tunnel. 

“The STEM education program uses iFLY’s wind tunnel to make STEM exciting, relevant and accessible to students,” said Shelly Jackson, sales manager for iFLY Dallas.  “No matter what the age of the student, everyone learns a little more about principles of gravity and is able to apply them in the tunnel when they fly. This is a fabulous hands on experience that the students will remember for a long time and make science, technology, engineering, and math a little more fun.”

In order to make the program accessible to all students, iFLY is exploring local and national partnerships to help provide subsidies and scholarships for schools that need financial assistance to participate in these experiences.  Students and teachers are encouraged to learn more about this program by contacting the local tunnel or by visiting www.iflyworld.com/education.

iFLY is the experiential entertainment company that created modern indoor skydiving and has flown more than 7 million people nationwide. iFLY’s patented vertical wind tunnel technology creates the sensation of skydiving in an indoor, safe environment by creating a cushion of air on which a person can safely float (FLY).  Located in Frisco, iFLY Dallas is one of 6 Texas locations. The 50' tall vertical wind tunnel is 14' in diameter and equipped with four, 350-horsepower fans.   Today, iFLY has 50 locations around the world in the U.S., Canada, Europe, and Asia. Visit www.iFLYworld.com and follow @iFLYDallas on Instagram and Twitter or Facebook.com/iFLYDallas.

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Eric and Shelly Jackson, husband and wife enjoying flight time together.

Shelly Jackson of Murphy, Texas was born to fly.

“I remember attending polo matches as a child with my family,” said Jackson. “Skydivers would occasionally land on the field at Willow Bend Polo Club.  I remember telling my family I wanted to do that one day. On May 21, 1999, I made my first tandem jump, and I’ve never been the same. On a good weekend, I’d jump 15 times.  I racked up 200 jumps quickly, but the best part was meeting the world’s most incredible people in this sport.”

Shelly even met her husband Eric through skydiving.

“Eric was returning to Dallas after travelling the world with Arizona Airspeed, a world champion skydiving team,” said Jackson. “Eric and I jumped and trained and even ran a marathon together.  To date, I have 581 skydives and Eric has more than 1100.”  

In 1999, iFLY created the sport of modern indoor skydiving by developing the technology to create a stable, wall-to-wall cushion of air inside a flight chamber.

“When I heard my friend Alan Metni, CEO of iFLY Indoor Skydiving, would be building in Dallas, I jumped at the opportunity to deliver the dream of flight to everyone,” she explained. “With more than 20 years of doing business in the Dallas/Fort Worth market, coupled with a 16-year skydiving hobby, and two children always looking for the best birthday party ever, I joined the company.”

“Everyone leaves with a smile on their face.  I can’t wait to assist guests in booking their first flight, creating the best team building event ever, and assisting with the most amazing hands-on science, technology and math experiments.”

Eric and her husband have lived in Murphy since 2003. They have two children: an 11-year-old son Hunter and a nine-year-old daughter Haley.

“Hunter and I are medal holders in the sport of indoor skydiving.  I have more than 20 hours of flight time in the tunnel and Hunter has about 15 hours. Haley tried it, but she prefers riding horses to flying.” 

“I love to talk about iFLY and to share my passion for the sport. I want to deliver the dream of flight to everyone.  I feel like this is what I was put on the planet to do!”

You can reach Shelly at 214-618–iFLY (4359) or info.dallas@iflyworld.com